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Topic - Bowe R. Bergdahl
There is no better name for an event that resonates with patriotism, deep loyalty, sacrifice, a sense of mission and authentic history: Rolling Thunder. Oh, yeah. Here they come. They're rolling, and it is thunderous.
For Vietnam veteran and professional photographer Patrick Hughes, the self-portrait he would have shot back in 1993 would not have been a particularly cheerful one.
"I'm hoping to meet him again and ask him why it's taken so long to get Bowe back, when they've gotten back three hikers in Iran and sent Navy SEALs to get [American aid worker Jessica Buchanan] from Africa" in 2012, he said. "These are civilians and that's fine. But why can't you get back somebody who raised his hand to serve his country, [especially if] they know where he is. Why can't they get him back?"